Our school district has a policy that a young person must have health insurance in order to participate in sports. I know this has changed since my now grown kids were in high school. I'm not sure when it changed, but it's now a requirement here. I'm wondering, what business is it of the schools? As long as they are not responsible financially, why do they care? I heard from another parent that some kids, whose parents lost their benefited jobs, aren't able to participate this year. The school offers health insurance, one of those school policies. I wonder if they get a cut of the profits from that? It just seems odd to me that they are requiring this now.